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Touring Suspension Air Pump-54630-03A

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This pump was designed to allow safe and simple adjustment of the front and rear air suspension on Touring motorcycles. Unlike a bicycle pump or a fuel station air hose, the hand operated pump with controllable "micro bleed" valve allows precise adjustment to air volume, and the "no loss" air connector maintains shock pressure when the fitting is removed.

  • The 45" swivel air hose simplifies valve stem attachment
  • The aluminum housing is compact, lightweight and durable, and fits easily into your bag for "on-the-road" adjustments
  • The high quality 0-60 psi gauge ensures accurate air pressure
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For use with Touring air suspension components.

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 31 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great to have! Great tool and super easy to use. A must have to add/remove air from your rear shocks! July 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Right Tool for the Job Anyone that turns wrenches much knows how great it is to have the right tool for the job. I suspect it would be real easy to damage my air suspension if I were not using the right tool to manage the air pressure. Depending upon a rider's weight and whether or not he/she is packing a passenger or a heavy load, the air suspension psi recommendations change. (Yes, I actually read my H-D Owners Manual). I thought it safer to have the right tool to make these periodic adjustments, rather than take a chance on blowing out any seals, etc. on my air suspension! One mishap would easily pay for the price of this tool! Something to consider, certainly...... May 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good quality tool This is a good quality pump and easy to use just like the reviews I read. May 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Air Pump Appears to be very well made, an works fine for keeping the air ride shocks at the correct pressure. An smaller than my bicycle pump Imowry April 15, 2016
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Can I get parts for this pump

October 3, 2013
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That's a question for the dealer. He may be able to order it, but I wouldn't be optimistic. My experience with Harley parts is that when the part goes the whole thing is gone.

Good luck, let me know the dealer's response.
October 4, 2013
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Fairfield, NJ
I Ride: Street Glide
How I Ride: Touring - Solo
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Parts are not sold separately for this pump.
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I Ride: FLHTC 2012
How I Ride: Touring - With Passenger
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Yes. Especially when you're checking and making fine adjustments to air pressure while getting ready for your morning ride. I wouldn't recommend trying to fill a completely flat tire with it. You could, but each pump of the handle delivers only a small amount of air (unless you have that kind of time). There's no need to carry a separate gauge for your suspension and your tires.
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Atlanta, GA
I Ride: 2013 Ultra Limited
How I Ride: Touring - With Passenger
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